PRESEASON JUNIOR AT EMERALD FALLS
Emerald Falls Golf Club
Broken Arrow, Okla. • April 16 - 18

Media Score BROKEN ARROW, Okla. -- Final results from the Preseason Junior at Emerald Falls conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Emerald Falls Golf Club.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6901. Rating: 73.9. Slope: 136
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 5849. Rating: 75.6. Slope: 136

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Christopher Wooley
2011
Spring, Texas 75-78--153
2 Mitchell Rutledge
2012
St. Louis, Mo. 77-77--154
T3 Drew Trujillo
2011
Montrose, Colo. 76-80--156
3 Cy Moritz
2011
Owensville, Mo. 77-79--156
3 Cameron Davison
2012
Duncan, B.C. 74-82--156
T6 Marc Ackermann
2011
Lake Barrington, Ill. 81-77--158
6 Max Mcgreevy
2013
Edmond, Okla. 77-81--158
6 Scott Newell
2011
Katy, Texas 76-82--158
T9 Brik Brauburger
2012
Bella Vista, Ark. 78-81--159
9 Clayton Madey
2013
West Linn, Ore. 80-79--159
9 Rustin Purser
2012
Edmond, Okla. 82-77--159
12 Tony Mak
2013
(Canada) Richmond, B.C. 79-81--160
T13 Dylan Reynolds
2012
Katy, Texas 85-76--161
13 Cameron Bridges
2012
Prosper, Texas 79-82--161
15 Brogan Lopez
2011
Germantown, Tenn. 77-85--162
T16 Alex Lloyd
2010
Scottsdale, Ariz. 81-82--163
16 Matthew Gilbaugh
2014
Wichita, Kan. 78-85--163
16 Conley Hurst
2013
Little Rock, Ark. 82-81--163
16 Brent Williamson
2011
Tulsa, Okla. 81-82--163
16 Michael Hodson
2015
Amarillo, Texas 84-79--163
T21 Jake Rudesill
2013
Memphis, Tenn. 82-82--164
21 Cole Madey
2015
West Linn, Ore. 84-80--164
T23 Nathan Wong
2012
Chandler, Ariz. 81-84--165
23 Palmer Giro
2012
Fort Collins, Colo. 79-86--165
23 Dylan Wu
2014
Medford, Ore. 83-82--165
T26 Jordan O'Dell
2011
Tulsa, Okla. 82-84--166
26 Jeff Capwell IV
2012
Memphis, Tenn. 84-82--166
26 Justin Strathe
2013
Owasso, Okla. 86-80--166
26 Taylor Onley
2010
Stillwater, Okla. 88-78--166
T30 Brandon Rice
2012
Stonewall, La. 85-82--167
30 Michael Johnson
2012
South Glastonbury, Conn. 85-82--167
30 John Yu
2011
Fresh Meadows, N.Y. 89-78--167
33 Miles Aduddell
2013
Ozark, Mo. 85-83--168
T34 Kevin Andrews
2011
Truckee, Calif. 82-87--169
34 Andrew Hudson
2013
Burleson, Texas 82-87--169
34 Hud Morse
2013
Fort Worth, Texas 82-87--169
37 Alec Palen
2014
Rogersville, Mo. 80-90--170
38 Jesse Hazam
2013
Mechanicsburg, Pa. 85-86--171
39 Connor Murphy
2013
Searcy, Ark. 85-87--172
T40 Jacob Veerman
2014
Sugarland, Texas 91-82--173
40 Nicholas Arman
2012
Ellisville, Mo. 81-92--173
40 Nick Auer
2014
Wichita, Kan. 91-82--173
40 Brodie Hinkle
2011
Tulsa, Okla. 91-82--173
40 Ethan Freeman
2013
Greenwood Village, Colo. 87-86--173
T45 Clarke Hudgins
2014
Amarillo, Texas 92-82--174
45 Trent Tollett
2011
Springdale, Ark. 87-87--174
T47 Landon Albert
2015
Hendersonville , Tenn. 88-87--175
47 Stoney Crouch
2013
Mount Juliet, Tenn. 86-89--175
47 Holden Pahr
2012
Chardon, Ohio 88-87--175
47 Preston Schaefer
2012
Edmond, Okla. 86-89--175
47 Ben Blanchat
2012
Little Rock, Ark. 86-89--175
52 Chris Sturdivant
2013
West Des Moines, Iowa 86-90--176
T53 Sam Hudson
2013
Fayetteville, Ark. 93-87--180
53 Graham McCoy
2012
Colorado Springs, Colo. 90-90--180
55 Hayden Wood
2014
Edmond, Okla. 85-96--181
T56 Harold Lei
2015
Lawrenceville, Ga. 91-91--182
56 Robert Brown
2011
Little Rock, Ark. 90-92--182
56 Edward Thompson
2013
Benton, Ark. 90-92--182
59 Tim Taylor
2014
Iowa Falls, Iowa 96-87--183
T60 Austin Tymins
2013
Phoenix, Ariz. 89-95--184
60 Josh Leal
2012
Bella Vista, Ark. 94-90--184
60 Brandon Reed
2012
Houston, Texas 88-96--184
60 Chandler Andreen
2011
Douglas, Wyo. 86-98--184
T64 Brandon Straeb
2012
Clarkson Valley, Mo. 91-94--185
64 Devan King
2011
Collinsville, Okla. 92-93--185
66 Alex Rios
2014
Coral Springs, Fla. 93-95--188
67 Clayton Malone
2014
Lincoln, Neb. 92-98--190
68 Michael Herrera
2015
Houston, Texas 97-94--191
T69 James Wing
2011
Indian Head Park, Ill. 98-96--194
69 Matt Michalak
2012
Hilliard, Ohio 90-104--194
71 Michael Pfitzner
2015
Sunrise Beach, Mo. 99-97--196
72 Joshua Morgan
2016
Houston, Texas 91-109--200
73 Josh Cleland
2012
Wichita, Kan. 126-130--256
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Tyler Kelsay
2011
Springdale, Ark.
107-JWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Lauren Grogan
2011
Columbus, Ohio 78-82--160
2 Brinlee Denison
2015
Broken Arrow, Okla. 81-82--163
3 Juliette Garay
2012
La Jolla, Calif. 84-82--166
4 Libby Thomas
2013
Midland, Texas 86-82--168
5 Pimploy Thirati
2011
Patumthani, Thailand 85-84--169
T6 Andrea Slane
2011
Temecula, Calif. 78-94--172
6 Laura Jabczenski
2011
Tucson, Ariz. 83-89--172
6 Caitlyn Cassity
2011
Katy, Texas 89-83--172
9 Alison Kruse
2011
Overland Park, Kan. 85-88--173
10 Morgan Smejkal
2011
Columbus, Neb. 90-84--174
T11 Ashton Stair
2011
Milton, Wis. 90-86--176
11 Anna Kim
2014
Broken Arrow, Okla. 89-87--176
T13 Arianna Gastelum
2013
Chula Vista, Calif. 84-94--178
13 Alexandra Reed
2011
Westborough, Mass. 94-84--178
15 McCandren Lewis
2012
Guthrie, Okla. 86-93--179
16 Mackenzie Thayer
2012
Garden City, Kan. 94-91--185
17 Madison Murphy
2011
Wichita, Kan. 86-103--189
18 Alexis Vega
2011
New Orleans, La. 106-105--211
 

Wooley a Winner at the Preseason Junior at Emerald Falls
Grogan medals in the Girls Division at Emerald Falls Golf Club

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Christopher Wooley of Spring, Texas, shot a 9-over-par 153 to earn medalist honors in his first American Junior Golf Association event at the Preseason Junior at Emerald Falls. Lauren Grogan of Columbus, Ohio, came out on top in the Girls Division with a 16-over-par 160.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Preseason Junior at Emerald Falls featured 74 boys and 18 girls, ages 12-18, from 23 states, Canada and Thailand. The 36-hole stroke play event was held at the par-72 Emerald Falls Golf Club. The Boys Division played the course at 6,734 yards, while the Girls Division played at 5,738 yards.

The Preseason Junior at Emerald Falls is one of eight events held as part of the Golf Academy of America Preseason Junior Series. The Golf Academy of America Preseason Junior Series is a series designed specifically for first-time AJGA members or those members who have not yet been accepted to or participated in an AJGA event in the current calendar year and/or the previous calendar year.

Wooley played the front nine steadily, shooting a 1-over-par 37. He bounced back from a rocky three hole stretch by parring the last three holes, earning him a one-stroke victory. Weather was a factor all day, as players battled high winds, cold temperatures and rain. Wooley acknowledged the need to change his style of play due to the conditions.

“I had to try to play a low cut into the holes,” Wooley said. “This is my first AJGA tournament, and this gives me great momentum going into the summer.”

Mitchell Rutledge of St. Louis finished in second at 10-over-par 154. First-round leader Cameron Davison of Duncan, B.C., tied for third at 12-over-par 156 with Cy Moritz of Owensville, Mo., and Drew Trujillo of Montrose, Colo.

In the Girls Division, Grogan finished her round strong with four consecutive pars. A first-round co-leader, Grogan tied for the low Girls Division score of the day with an 82. Consistent putting helped her earn her first AJGA victory.

“I made some good putts to save par,” Grogan said. “This course is challenging and placement is key. You have to know what club to play and know your game.”

Broken Arrow native Brinlee Denison finished three shots back in second at 163. Juliette Garay of La Jolla, Calif., finished third at 166.

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